Regardless of what social media platform you are on or if host your own blog or website, if you share your creative work with the world, you are bound to get some haters. Learn how to deal with haters in this iWriterly collab with Lisa London.
We will discuss five tips for how to deal with haters in this video, and Lisa will discuss the other five tips in her video. Be sure to check out her channel after you’re done watching our video!
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“Hurt people hurt people. We are not being judgmental by separating ourselves from such people. But we should do so with compassion. Compassion is defined as a “keen awareness of the suffering of another coupled with a desire to see it relieved.” People hurt others as a result of their own inner strife and pain. Avoid the reactive response of believing they are bad; they already think so and are acting that way. They aren’t bad; they are damaged and they deserve compassion. Note that compassion is an internal process, an understanding of the painful and troubled road trod by another. It is not trying to change or fix that person.”
Lisa London is an Amazon Bestselling Author of Contemporary Romance and Erotica. When she’s not writing or recording YouTube videos, she’s either getting her daily ice cream scoop at Salt & Straw or watching a Marvel or DC movie. She recently relocated from NY to San Diego for the amazing weather and daily views of the ocean. She loves connecting with readers and aspiring writers on her YouTube Channel where she responds to each and every comment, post and question so come on over and say hello!
- Website: www.lisalondonbooks.com
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- Twitter: www.twitter.com/lisalondonbooks
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